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Pony Express Country

1882 Log Cabin

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The cabin originally was built in 1882 by the John Pecha family near Odell, Nebraska, and was moved to Washington in 1970 by the...

Washington County Historical Museum

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From prehistoric times to the present, the story of Washington County is on display at the Historical Museum in Washington. Exhibits include typical rooms...

Centralia Lake

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Spring Creek Golf Course & Estates

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After several years of planning and fund raising, Seneca, KS now has a new 18-hole golf course around a 55-unit housing subdivision. Construction began...
senecas lost keg of gold - interpretation

Seneca’s Lost Keg of Gold

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The Treasure: $50,000 in raw gold dust and nuggets How to find it: Get old topographic maps of the area and plot exactly where the old river...

Seneca Recreation

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Listed below are just a few of the fun things to enjoy while you're in Seneca. Feel free to contact the Chamber of Commerce...

St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church

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Located in the town of St. Benedict, this church was built in 1891-1894 and is on the National Register of Historic Places. Renowned for...

Maxwell Springs

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Maxwell Springs is believed to have been a water source for travelers through Nemaha County, including Pony Express riders. This is evident by the...

Old Hand Dug Well

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This well is the widest and second largest hand-dug well in Kansas. It is 34 feet in width and 65 feet in depth. The...

Pony Express Museum

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Located on 4th and Main Street across the street from the Pony Express Monument, the Museum houses memorabilia from the Pony Express era (1860...